About $1779 is the lowest price I’ve seen on the NEC PA 302W BK-SV for some time, and that includes discounted shipping and the hardware calibration and software.
I use the NEC PA302W as my workhorse display at home an in my Sprinter photography adventure van.
The NEC PA272W is of the same quality, and is about $1474 with hardware and software calibration. But it is 2560 X 1440 and has a slightly smaller form factor and thus slightly denser pixel pitch, so I recommend the PA302W preferentially.
The NEC PA302W is my workhorse display on which I do all my photography work. It is a wide-gamut display with true hardware calibration (not faux calibration). The PA302W calibrates to within 1 delta-A accuracy and has a gamut greatly exceeding AdobeRGB in some areas (like reds).
Due to pixel density issues with 4K displays, I still do all my photo evaluation on the PA302W, because its 2560 X 1600 is far more amenable to evaluating images than the too-high pixel density of 4K displays. As a 30-inch display the 2560 width is easy on the eyes (pixel density) and the 1600 height is substantially more working room than the typical 1440 height of most display (1440 feels squeezed and cramped to me compared to 1600).